At San Diego Comic-Con International 2017, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi revealed to ColliderVideos the duration of his rough cut:

“The cut right now, I reckon is probably about 100 minutes. It’s not gonna be a very, very long film. I think that stories are better when you leave them wanting more and this film moves at a clip, it’s got stuff happening all the time, and I think people are still gonna feel exhausted by the end, they’ve been on a big journey, so I don’t think the film needs to be 3 hours.”

If Thor: Ragnarok is 100 minutes, it will be the shortest Marvel Studios film. Previous Marvel Studios films run times, in descending order (according to the British Board of Film Classification):

  • Captain America: Civil War 146 minutes
  • Marvel’s The Avengers 143 minutes
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron 141 minutes
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 137 minutes
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier 136 minutes
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming 133 minutes
  • Iron Man Three 131 minutes
  • Captain America: The First Avenger 124 minutes
  • Iron Man/Guardians of the Galaxy 121 minutes
  • Iron Man 2 119 minutes
  • Ant-Man 117 minutes
  • Doctor Strange 115 minutes
  • Thor: The Dark World 112 minutes
  • The Incredible Hulk/Thor 110 minutes

Thor: Ragnarok is the 5th film in Phase Three, and will be released in the United States 3rd November 2017.

Published by Alexander Sigsworth

Writing about Herobrine in The Characters That Define Us at Normal Happenings. Profile photo chosen for Gamers Blog Party: Summer 2019 at Later Levels. Known as the Purple Prose Mage at the Well-Red Mage.

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